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still in the top 4!! badaa bing badda boh
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Fcukin disgraceful decision
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MrFantastico Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2011 at 9:56am
Originally posted by Vivakenbarlow Vivakenbarlow wrote:

Fcukin disgraceful decision

how many of them decisions have went for man united over the years ? they all add up 
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Absolute f**kin shambles. League handed to Man City today by Mike Jones. Never a penalty and some dodgy call for offside at the end.

United absolute garbage.....AGAIN! What has happened to the team that started the season? Rooney, Hernandez, Ashley Young......I can go on....all a shadow of the players that turned up in August. The decline in Young in particular is worrying indeed.
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Absolute f**kin shambles. League handed to Man City today by Mike Jones. Never a penalty and some dodgy call for offside at the end.

United absolute garbage.....AGAIN! What has happened to the team that started the season? Rooney, Hernandez, Ashley Young......I can go on....all a shadow of the players that turned up in August. The decline in Young in particular is worrying indeed.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vivakenbarlow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2011 at 10:07am
Thought united played really well- absolutely battered Newcastle- hit the post - how many clearances off the line? Unbelievable amount of chances created- there was no even appeal from Newcastle players for a penalty- unbelievable decision
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What a fookin joke of a decision.
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Disgraceful decision and to make things worse Hernandez was onside at the end.However,referees don't win or lose leagues and United will get a decision somewhere along the line to make up for this.The chances missed were shocking.Rooney,Young,Hernandez,Vidic,Macheda all guilty of really bad misses.Apart from Vidic they didn't even hit the target with the chances.That's what I'm more angry with today.Not the referee or linesmen.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Siralex Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2011 at 10:14am

Silver lining is...United were absolutely brilliant.  The heart and belief in those final 10minutes reminded me of the greatest teams under Fergie.  

Decisions are part and parcel of the game...linesmen and referees get some wrong, it's part of the game.  Move on.

Disappointed and somewhat in shock of the result cos United created enough chances and played well enough to win 10 games there.  

Delighted with the heart shown, disappointed by the two really bad decisions that cost us two points, but refs and linesmen are entitled to make bad calls as much as a player is...they are part of the game too..It happens - move on to the next game.

Sham's name suits him, he has to be one of the most negative Man United fans I've ever come across - which is saying something, because I've come across a lot of spoiled idiots with red jerseys in my time! 

(I'm not even sure Sham seen teh game, because if he thinks Mike Jones awarded that peno Confused)


Well done Newcastle as well though, as I said in another thread, they work so hard....they didn't come near good enough to earning a point there though.







Edited by Siralex - 26 Nov 2011 at 10:16am
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Originally posted by The Boy Z The Boy Z wrote:

Disgraceful decision and to make things worse Hernandez was onside at the end.However,referees don't win or lose leagues and United will get a decision somewhere along the line to make up for this.The chances missed were shocking.Rooney,Young,Hernandez,Vidic,Macheda all guilty of really bad misses.Apart from Vidic they didn't even hit the target with the chances.That's what I'm more angry with today.Not the referee or linesmen.

Confused
Krul made 13 top quality saves, and that isn't counting the two chances that beat him and were cleared off the line?
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An even game according to pardew hahahahaha, united missed 8 or 9 sitters- I fail to see how that means it was even- still can't actually believe how that ended up as a draw
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The offside decision was correct.

The penalty decision though...


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Originally posted by Vivakenbarlow Vivakenbarlow wrote:

An even game according to pardew hahahahaha, united missed 8 or 9 sitters- I fail to see how that means it was even- still can't actually believe how that ended up as a draw

It's a disappointing 2-point drop, but it's much better to be angry with officials than being angry with your team's performance.  That was a great display.  That desire will in United the league title...

If a United fan is disappointed with that display, they need to retire their scarf and go play golf!

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Young wide at the near post,Young hit post,Young wide from 18 yards,Rooney headed over,Macheda headed wide,Hernandez first half over the bar,Fabio just after the goal wide and over.Thats what I'm talking about,chances that you must hit the target from.

13 top quality saves LOLIn my eyes he made 2 quality saves,one from Giggs,one from Vidic.There may be one or two others.Sky Sports stats say United had 7 efforts on target so I don't know how he made 13 top quality saves.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ShamtheRam Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2011 at 10:25am
Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:


Silver lining is...United were absolutely brilliant.  
Winning defines brilliance
 
Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:

The heart and belief in those final 10minutes reminded me of the greatest teams under Fergie.  
It sure did. But the great teams under Fergie scored. Not waste countless chances. As you say....fantastic heart and belief shown.

Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:

Disappointed and somewhat in shock of the result cos United created enough chances and played well enough to win 10 games there.
They sure did. But how many games can they keep doing that?
 

Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:

Sham's name suits him, he has to be one of the most negative Man United fans I've ever come across - which is saying something, because I've come across a lot of spoiled idiots with red jerseys in my time! 

(I'm not even sure Sham seen teh game, because if he thinks Mike Jones awarded that peno Confused)
I support Man United. Not Blackburn or Newcastle or whoever thinks a point at Old Trafford is a good result. It's called having standards. I dont like to settle for 2nd best and I dont want United to settle for second best either. Certainly not against a team like Newcastle.
Mike Jones at the end of the day was the ref. He had the power to over rule the linesmans farcicle decision but he didn't so therefore a hefty propotion of blame lies with him as hes the one who blows the whistle.
 
Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:


Well done Newcastle as well though, as I said in another thread, they work so hard....they didn't come near good enough to earning a point there though
They deserved a point for their 1st half performence alone.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Shoco Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2011 at 10:26am
shocking decision for the peno, agree with the offside, thought he was leaning offside

sure utd created a lot near the end but that was after newcastle had a man sent off

chicarito didnt know too much about his goal

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